Counseling & Guidance

Currently, there is a full-time Professional School Social Worker that is on staff five days a week. She works with students on an individual and group level. In addition, she helps families connect to outside social agencies when necessary.


Developmental Counseling

Promise Academy has a comprehensive, developmental school counseling program based on the ASCA National Model. The program focuses on what all students should know, understand, and be able to do in three domains: academic, career, and personal/social.

The counseling curriculum encompasses individual student planning (individual and small group observation and advice), character education (classroom instruction, group activities), responsive services (consultation, individual and small group counseling, crisis response, and referrals), and system support (professional development, consulting, and collaboration).

There is a part-time nurse on staff who coordinates the vision and hearing screenings of our students. She also oversees the medical records to ensure compliance with state and federal guidelines.

Military Recruiters

Parents have the right to request in writing that their child’s name, address, and telephone number not be released to a military recruiter without prior written consent. This request shall be presented to the school principal at the beginning of each school year.

Promise Academy Springhill Counseling Program

Promise Academy- Springhill has a full-time school counselor on staff. Mrs. Campbell provides classroom lessons, small group lessons, and individual counseling.

The PASH School Counseling Program’s mission is to support all students in their academic, career, and social/emotional development so that they may become life-long learners, effective decision-makers, and global thinkers.

PASH Program

The PASH School Counseling Program will collaborate with staff, parents, students, and the community and is committed to the ongoing development and delivery of a comprehensive school counseling program.

Why Elementary School Counselors?

Elementary school years set the tone for developing the knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary for children to become healthy, competent, and confident learners.

Through a comprehensive developmental school counseling program, school counselors work as a team with the school staff, parents, and the community to create a caring climate and atmosphere. By providing education, prevention, early identification, and intervention, school counselors can help all children achieve academic success.

The professional elementary school counselor holds a master’s degree and required state certification in school counseling. Click here to learn more about the role of a school counselor.